One volume Bible Commentary ?

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  1. west

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    What one would you pick ?
     
  2. Joseph_Botwinick

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    The Jack Van Impe prophecy in the News study Bible... NOT!!!!!!!!!!!

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    The Michael Peroutka Consitutional study Bible. :D

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    The King James Bible commentary.Not because it says KJ but because it is a good little 1 volume commentary and is solid biblically.Just to qualify I am not KJVO.
     
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    A one volume commentary just doesn't get into the things you really want a commentary for.

    I'd suggest getting a popular study Bible (with notes) and saving your money for a good multivolume set AND/OR purchasing individual commentaries on particular books that you are studying.

    Rob
     

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